Curve Product Update May 2020

Curve Product Update May 2020

This is a short recap on what we are working on, what we have planned, and challenges we might have encountered. We’ll post the update every second Tuesday of the month! :tada:

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CURRENT PROJECTS:

CARD DETAILS IN-APP
Your card details are now available to you in your app. We’ll make it possible to copy the numbers next. This is currently in Beta :test_tube:

DECLINE NOTIFICATIONS
We’re adding instant decline notification alerts to keep you in the loop. You’ll know exactly why your card declined and how to resolve it there and then at the checkout. It’s coming very very soon.


LAUNCHED PROJECTS:

GBIT EXTENSION
We’re Extending How Far You Can Go Back In Time. You can now move any payment under £5000, made in the last 90 days, to a different card in your Curve wallet :money_with_wings:

CURVE FRONTED
As of Friday, April 24th 2020, you have to opt-in and accept a 1.5% fee in order to use an underlying credit card to pay for certain financial services transactions, such as paying off your credit card bill with an underlying credit card, using your Curve Card, for Curve Blue & Curve Black customers. There will be no fee applied for Curve Metal customers.

INVESTOR CARDS
We’ve introduced the new generation of card and our Crowdfunding Investors are the first ones to get them :credit_card: All the plastic cards have been shipped, please let us know if you haven’t received yours in the next 3 weeks. The metal cards will be sent out this month.

All our customers will be able to get there later on :star_struck:


In other news:

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Another very useful function, very good! Curve is constantly evolving and this makes me very happy. :smiley:


It’s a shame not to have been able to participate in crowdfunding. I hope in the future to do it.

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This will be very useful. There are so many reasons that a card is declined, and there are more potential points of failure with Curve because there are two card issuers involved. It will also make it easier to diagnose the common scenario where a merchant declines a card for bad reasons (e.g. the card’s country of issue) and falsely blames this on the card issuer.

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It would also be really helpful for any declined payment if it enabled you to dynamically select an alternate payment method rather than having the payment rejected. Another option might be to set up a payment priority list such that rather than being rejected one or more alternate underlying payment methods are attempted first.

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You can vote for this here Backup source card :slight_smile:

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Love for Go Back In Time for 90 days instead of 30 days :slight_smile: